Per the TC's submission request , please find the attached starter document for:
MQTT Handling of Disallowed Characters Version 1.0
Work Product abbreviation: disallowed-chars
(As noted in the comments regarding the submission request, I generated the title and WP-abbrev based on the described content, since it is not possible to simply use "MQTT" as originally listed in the submission request - that title and file name are of course already used by the MQTT specification. The title and WP-abbrev elements may be changed by the TC.)
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The permanent "Latest version" URI will be:
Please let me know if anything here fails to meet your expectations.
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